MORON AWARD: Man Shot at a Fridge in Self-Defense,After a Soda Can Exploded

A Man Shot at a Fridge in Self-Defense, After a Soda Can Exploded

An unnamed man in Washington state was placing aluminum cans in his fridge last Saturday, when one of them EXPLODED. 

He was startled, and immediately pulled the pistol out of his waistband and fired a round into the bottom of the fridge.

That alarmed some neighbors, and the cops were called. They found the guy "yelling incoherently" in an alleyway.

He told the police that the people who live in the basement wanted to kill him . . . and that THEY'D shot at him, so he fired back in self-defense.

There's just one small problem with that: No one lives in a basement below the man . . . in fact, there is no basement at all.

The man was arrested for second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm, and discharge of a firearm. 


Originally posted on July 30th, 2021

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